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    Achieving better midbass

    While I'm working on my sub enclosure I'm stuck listening to just my comps alone (which isn't that bad) but the lack of bass is starting to get on my nerves. I have the doors deadened and the woofer mounted on a piece of fiberboard. There is still a large hole in each door that I plan on covering with deadener but is there anything else I can do to improve the bass?







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    Re: Achieving better midbass

    what kinda comps?



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    Re: Achieving better midbass

    don't cover it with deadener. get something stiff like plexiglass or some type of wood. actually anything rigid will do.



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    Re: Achieving better midbass

    Build a pod enclosure maybe?




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    Re: Achieving better midbass

    yea man, i use like paneling for walling your basement, real thin stuff like 1/4. Cut to the shape of the holes in the doors then I silicone it on so I can rip it back off if I need to acess the window regulator or something. Every car I have done this to has helped the midbass alot.



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    Re: Achieving better midbass

    what drivers do you have and how are they crossed?




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